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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
PRK8I1YTEHIAN ftlfetb Street.
1'ruachlng, HabbatUiit 101 n.tn. and 7) p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 ' m.
labhaUi HchooL.lp.m. J. M.l.andeu, Su
perintendent, llr.v. 11. Tiiaykh, Pastor
It CTH01I.ST.-Cor. Klglith anil Walnut Sti.
Preaching, Hahbalh at 101 a.m.. and 7 p. tu
I'rnycr meeting, Wednesday,! p.m.
Hahbath Hchool, .'!. p.m. 1.. W. Htlllwcll,
Superintendent. Kiev. F. 1.. Thompson,
CHURCH OF THE lti:UKKMi:il-(KiIco-pal.)
Morning prayer. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayer, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, I" n.in. .. .
ltr.v. K. Uoan, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUKCll-Nluth 8t. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Hcliool, 3 i.m.
ttervlco every Jar, B a.m.
ItKV. I". .1. U'Hali.oiun, Priest.
r-T. .lOSEPIF.S CllURCll.-(0niuii,) rar-
ner ol Walnut ami Cross streets.
Mus, cvtry .Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 'i p. in.
Muss during wrek days, fi o'clock a. ni.
ltr.v. O. JIori'MA.v, Priest.
HERMAN LUTHERAN CIIURCII-13th
street between Washington Avemio and
Walnut street, , . ,
Preaching Kiimlay morning nt 10 o clock.
Hubbath School at 2 o'clock p. in.
ItKV. Iloll'T. llKLIIIU, Pastor.
VOl'NU MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month nt their room over Jtockwcll
.V Co' book more, Commercial avonuc.
Weekly Player meeting, Friday, 71 p.m.at
Hit) loom. ...
I.. W. Stii.i.wmx, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore ami roily
llrtt Htreet. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock n. m. and :i o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church I connected with the llllnol
Association, by the First Missionary Hap
tlU Church ol Cairo.
ItKV. SoumuS I.KOXAltli, Pustnr.
AKltlCAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Service, .Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m.
Clam meet at a p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL IIAPTIST- Flf.
let-nth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 11 and 3 p. ui.
ItKV. N. IttCKfl, Pastor.
kuki: WILL lurusT HOME mission
SA11IIAT11 SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
yntsT nu:i: will iiaptist ciiuncn
Si-nice, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.in. it 71 p.m.
Ukv. Wm. Kkllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST C1IUUCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth HU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Pri-ucbUig, Friday evening.
Sabbath bcliool, 11 p.m. John anllaxtcr
aud Man' Stcpheni, Superintendent.
ItKV. T. .1. Siiokks, Pastor.
8IXOND IIAPTIST C1IUHCII Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only liapllst church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 u.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
llFV. Jacoii Hhaklev, Elder.
CAIItO COMMANllEltY, No. IX-Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Manoulc Hall, tlr.t
and third Monday In each month.
JAlltO COUNCIL, No.riL-ltcgular Coino
callou at Mai-jnlc Hall, .Uie eeoiid triday
In each month.
CAIItO C11A1TEU No. 71. ltcguur Con
vocation at Maeonic Hull, on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
CAIItO l.ODOK, No. 237 K. & A. M. ltegu
lar CoiumuuIcatlonK at Mawule Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
AI.E.YwVNUEIt LODGE, 2 MeeU iu Odd
Kellowa' Hall, In Artcr'it building, every
Thursday evcnluj; at 8 o'clock.
(lovornor ltlebard J. Oglesby.
l.lcutcnant-Oovcnior John L. Hocrldgc.
Secretary of State Uconje II. Harlow.
Auditor of Stato C. K. Lippincott.
State Troaxurer Cper Hut..
Attorney (loneral Jaincn K. hdsall
Supurublic Instruction Newton Uateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
ivprenentatlTO for the Statc-at-Large S.
L. Ueveridge. . ,
Hcpreieutatlve Thlrtceutli District .lobn
MEM11EKS QENEHAL ASSEMBLY.
Itcprcscntatlveii In the With illUlct.
Jobn II. Obi rly, Wm. A. I.emmn nnd Math
pv J. liiM'orc.
Senator for the 50th dltrict. Jesse Ware.
Judge D. J. llakcr, or Alexander.
State' Attorney l'utriek 11. l'ope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sheriir A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge K. Urofs.
Anooclato J. E. McCrite and S. Marcull
uou. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Oosaman.
M UNICI PAL "oOVEUNM EST.
Mayor John M. Lnnsden.
TreaHtirer II. A. Cunninghuin.
Comptrnllcr E. A. lluniett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Popu.
Police Magistrates 1 lirots and IS, Sl.an
Chief of Pollco-L. II. Myers.'
Jluyor John M. Lunsdcn.
First Wnrd-P. (J. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third A urd Jno. Wood.
Fourth warn s. stnaU Taylor.
HO Alt I) OF AtDKItMKN.
First Ward -rJamo lteardeu, A. 1. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Wanl-lt. II. Cunningham, E. Un
der, O. SUucel, Jamoii bwayue.
llilrd Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. n. pidllH.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. ltoblnsou, u. u.
eaao, J. 11. Mutealf.
II. WARDNER, M. D. r
Ofllco and IteMdctico 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to thu Atlicnciini).
DR. B. C. TABER,
Will resume tho praetlco ot bis profcBslon
with especial reference to tho clectrica
treatment ol dls-eanca In all tho new and Im
proved mcthodii or application.
lu all cases or fomalo complainU a lady
willbe in attcudauco.
Office, J28 Commercial avenue, up utalin.
Clty-at-Largo W. P. llatllday and 1).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
BSIDKNOK-No. il Thirteenth drmit, b-
Wu.lnnirion vnue aod W tluilt atrftet.
ice HJOomnierclalaTeumi, up sUlrn.
11. W. DUNNIN&. M. D.
IKSIDENCK ooroerNinth and Walnut eta,
IVOlnca corner main mm uu uhiu io.ro,
Office houri-frontn a.m. to M m and p.m
it. s. nrtmiiAM, m. d.,
Ilomeopatlilo Phyalclan nnd furgeon. or
Iko 130 CoiiMiierclal wveuuo. llesldeiico ou
Tenth Htreet, three doori went of V. It.
REl'lJULIUAN LOSSES IN THE
THREE DEMOCRATIC CON
HOUTWKLL KLKOTKI) HENATOK
I'KOM M AH3AUII USETTt).
VIEWS or HECKKTAKY lllUlIAUI).
SON ON UMIE FINANCES
part of the argument, maintains that tho
power to inqulro liilo nn election currloil
with il tho right to look into ovorytbinr;
connected wltj' it. Thu aunatu Las power
to protect lUolWrom a ten a tor elected by
bribery. Tho debnlo on tbo ciso bo re
DEFEAT OF THlLlRISH UNI
VERSITY BILITIN THE
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
A TUMULTUOUS 80KNK FOLLOWS
NKW IIAMrMIIriri KLKCTIO.V.
Cosconn, . .March 12, Kcturns from
Ml towns show a lost to tbo Itepubllcniis
of nbout 'J00- Thuro I probibly no elec
tion of governor by the pouple, nnd no
Hgiifes on the rongrcfiionnl vole can bo
Kivcn as they buvo not been returned.
The UoinocrnU are undoubtedly elected
from each of the tbreo congressional dls
trlct,AlleyV. Huibnrd from tbo First, C
N, lioll from tbo .Second, ur.d II. W. Par
Ijit from the Third. In tbelcgltlnluro tbo
Ilvpilblicans will bnvo n strong majority
and alio a majority in tbo senate and coun
cil. 1I0UTWKLL KLKCTKll.
DoiTox, March 12. Uco. S. Jljutwell
was elected United States senator to-day
in tho convention of tho two liouc. Tho
vote Is as follows; Uoulwell ICS, Dawei
115, luring 2, J. K. Tarbox 2, Wm. "Whit
ing 2, and C. G. Grceno 2, making 27fi
votes in ail,
"Wasiiisoto.v, March 12. Tbo secre
tary of tho treasury states that tho use by
tb'o department of legal tender reserves
will not oiceod $3,000,000, and it is
hardly expected will bo much ovor two
millions. The amount drawn from tbo
rcservo fund is for tbo convenience of tho
department alone, and has no relation to
tho money market, and is nofconccntratcd
at any place, but distributed inJaffanft,tl
to parties nil over tbo country. Tbcro is
no intention at tho department to porma
nentlv cxnand tbo currency. nd In Ida
viowa upm tho subject, Asstitaut Secre-
tary Ilicburdton fully uccordi with liuut
well. (;osnui:ssMc:f ckssvjkkd
Ciuoaoo, March 12. Tho Illinois
liouio of representatives to-day hdoptcd
by a vote of 103 to -1, a rciolution mveroly
censuring tboio Illinois congreutnon who
voted to increase thoir aalarici at tho end
of tho lato term ofcongron.
Washi.vcitov, March 12. The senate
resumed consideration of tho CV.dwell
Seoator Conkling said ho could tlnd no
instance in which tho liritish parliament,
anterior to stntuto and anterior to order of
tho houso of commons, annulled ub initio
and election bocauso of tbo bribery by u
candidnto or a particular person.
Senator Logan argued tbtit tho election
of Senator Caldwell was thu act of tho
legislature, behind which thu scmito, as
decided by tho courts, could not go.
II nt nn attempt was mado to vitiato tho
election on tho grounds of n single brlbury.
Under what rule or authority was this to
bo dono ? Tho statue of England havo
no controlling or binding force upon tbo
United States. Ho called upon tho sena
tor Irom Indianu to produce a casu paral
lel to that now beforo them.
Senator Morton, alluding to Logan's
coursu in the committco on privileges and
elections, said ho was uot prepared tu pre
sent his argument.
Senator Logan replied that ho did not
dcslio to dotail tho discussion beforo tho
committee, but it wajs for tho senato to
know that ho now dlsscntod from tho re
port mado by tho committee in this caso,
and on examination ho thought ills former
viows woro incorrect. Ih then procoeded
to show that from tho tostimony of tho
sonnto ho would not bo warranted In find
ing Caldwoll guilty of nn net of bribery,
aud that every witness on which tbo sen
ator from Indiana relied, was contra-,
dieted by four or Qvo witnesses of hotter
While Logan was quoting tho testimony
of Thomas ,1, Anderson against that of
Sidnoy Clark, Senator Morton interrupt
ed him by asking whether ho did not
know it was thought in tho committee
that Anderson's tostimony was u perjury
Senator Logan remarked that this wns
a most singular way of prosocuting u mun
in order to convict him, Anderson's tos
timony was that of a mun, and ho bore
himself inoro llko a man thnn those who
woro prosecuting Caliiwoll. As much
could not bo said of tho tostimony of
Sydnoy Clark. -Thero woro not witnesses
to contradict Andonon, buitho witnoss on
which tho senator from Indiana loanod,
was contradlctod and his toUlmony ini
peachod by compotont witnesses,
Senator Stockton nrgucd that this wns
not it question over which tho aomita bad
power or control. Thooxamlnatlon of in
dividual motive wns In violation of tho
constitution and tho most dangerous
doctrino evor introduced. Tho senatu had
no right to inquiro beyond constitutional
Senator Morion replied to tha legal
UETKATor TUK MIMIhTKV.
Lomdo.v, March 12. Tho scene in tho
houso of commons I nit iilghtvwhen tho
defent of the ministry on tho Irish uni
versity bill was announced was indiscriba
blu. Tho excitement was intense, while
tho opponents of thu mcasuro indulged in
tumultuous cheers. Tho Scotch and
Welch tnombor supported tho bill, and
and tho Catholics woro unanimous In their
opposition. After tho announcement of
tho result Uladitonoaroso and said : "Tho
votu jiut given is certainly of u grave
character. As tho homo never wishes
toconlinuo its deliberations when the ex
ponent of tbo government Is in doubt, I
tiioro an adjournment till Thursday."
Carried. Tho bill didn't roceivo tho vote of
a singlo Conservative moinbor, and forty
seven Liberals, of whom thirty-six were
Irishmon, voted against It. Sovontoen
members participated in tbo debito. Jno.
Iiright, Jacob Uright, his brolhor, and
thi Marquis of Lome, supported tho gov
ernment. The editorial comment in this
morning's journals aro ineagro and re
strained. Tho Advertiser and Stan
dard nro jubilant over tho af
fair. Tho .Advertiser says It can't
imagine that even Gladstono will
stoop to endeavor to remain in ofllco.
- The Telegraph considers tbo resignation
of tho mlnietry exceedingly probablo.
Tho 'Times' doubts if they will tuku such
a coureo. . '
Gladstono waited on tho queen at noon
to-day to tender his resignation. It is
probablo Disraeli will bo summoned to
jorm a now ministry. Tio Globe this
uftornoon says Gladstone' nudienco with
tho queen at llucklngham pulaco lasted
half an hour. Tho result is not known in
HORRIBLE REPORT OF A MUR
DER AT ROLLING FORK,
rorn or kivk pkksons muu.
DKKEDANI) TUB UUTLDING
MURDERED AND UUIINEO.
McMruis, March 12. Tho Vlckaburg,
(Miss.) Herald of the 8th says: '-Tho
stoamer 11. 11. Hurt arrived yesterday, nnd
her officers bring further particulars cf tho
Hotting Fork Are, and the loss of life.
Tho stnro of Messrs. King & Moore, as be
foro stated, was destroyed by tiro daring
Tuesday night and "Wednesday morning,
and tho charred remains of Mr. Josso
Moore, Mr. Goodhuo and child, and
liilloy Jones, woro taken from tho debris.
Tho skull of Mr. Mooru had been broken
iu across tho forehead, evidently with an
nx, nnd tho head of Mr. Goodhuo bad
been sovored from tho body apparently
with n ax. Tho bodies of Mrs. Mooro
and child showod no evidence of any
wounds. Joo. King i missing and it i
feared ho has Icon foully dealt with. It
is upposcd at Rolling Fork that Mr. King
had gono to Vicksburg on tho stoamer a
day or two previous to tbo occuronco,
but nothing bus been hoird of
him by hi frionds horo. No cluo
had at last accounts boon obtained to tho
perpetrator of tho horriblo ,crimo. Two
suspicious characters had been teen pre
vious to tho occuronco in tho neighbor
hood, but havo disappeared, Intonso ox
citomont prevails throughout tho sur
rounding country. Itobbery is supposed
to havo been tho object of tho murdorcri.
Mew York, March 12. Tho following
dispatch was rcculvcd to-day by a prouii
Providence, K. I March 12, 1873.
"Will you allow mo to correct the state
mcnt publishod yostorday, that I bad re
ceived monov for writing a lettor to tho
governor of Now Xork, asking commuta
tion of Wm. Fostor's sontenco. This
stateniont is wholly falso. I havo nover
rocolvod tho money, uor lmvo boon of
fered ft bribo in any form- Tho lettor was
my own, nnd oxpreisod my honest feoling.
SIgnod Kllkn S. Putnam.
Middle and Kastern states on Thurs
day rising baromoler, westerly wind ind
generally elenr weather. For Gult itatos
northerly winds and sotnowhat lower torn
poraturo. For South Atlantic states north
erly wind and clear weather. For lako
region southwest wind and rising tempor
nturo. From Iowa to Uppor Lako brisk
southerly winds, oloudy and throatonlng
weather. Tho storm centro to pass from
Central Dakota into Wisconsin,
Illsu and Fall ol tho Hlvurs
hours ending .1 p. in., March 12, 1HT8.
iTavid W. IIAKNKTT.
observer Big. Her. V. ti. A.
New Oklkanh, March 12. Arriv
Louisvlllo and Alaska from Cincinnati;
Mary Houston from Louisville; Hello Loo
from Momphls. Departed: 1'italinu
Carroll for St. Louii; 11 K Leo for Cairo.
Weather cloudy and pleasant
Cincinnati, March 12. ltiver 13 feet,
0 Inchet and riling. Arrived: Tom Slier
lock, Now Urlcnni. Departed: Charmer,
Kvansvillc; Henry Probaico, Memphis;
Mnllle ltngon, Arkansas river. Weathor
clear and moderate.
I'llTtfliUlto, March 12. ltiver ris p
slowly with 9 feet 7 iridic. Tho weather
has been cloudy and n Ifgbt snow has fall
en a great pirt'of tbo day, proipccts thU
evening nro rather favorable for rain.
The Monongahula is about stationary at
head waters, whllo tho Allegheny nt Oil
City, is rising. Arrivod: Carrlo Ilrooks.
No departure). Tho following steamers
havo arrived: Mary Davage.Sim Koberts,
John Uanagan. Grand Lake, Sampson,
No. 2, nnd Mollio Spear. The J. A. Stono
departed fooCiriclnr.ntl thlsforonoon with
nine bargos containing 100,000 bushel of
coal. No other tow with coal havo yet
departed. It it stated that tho Julia, No.
2, was told a announced yesterday. Tho
tow boat Sam Hudson was sold to-day to
I. 1 Hudson for $20,000.
St. Louis, March 12. Arrivod: Mo
hawk nnd John FTollo from- Ndw Or
leans; Clinton from Memphis; Hammitt
and Cowan from Cairo; DcSmct from
Shrevoport; Northwestorn from Natchez.
Doparted: Liberty No 4 for Ohio river;
Grand TfcwortfdrMcra'nhJs; 'Groat Kepub
lic fcfr Now Orleans., Itivor rising moro
rapidly. Ico from abovo will bo running
to-morrow probably. "Weather Hear and
oool. , .
MeuVuis, Marih 12. Woathor clear!
and pleasant. Jtivor falling fast. De
parted: Kobcrt Mitchell and Indiana
for New Orleans; Colorado, Andy Bautn
and Allegheny Hello for Cincinnati; City
of Augusta lor Jacksonport.
Nahhvillk, March 12. Htsing slowly,
with C feat largo on Uarpelh thoali. Fair
and pleasant weather. Arrived: Tyrono
and F P Gracey, Cairo: John S Dransford,
Upper Cumberland. Departed: Tyrone,
Cair ; Ella Hughes, Upper Cumberland.
V . r 'tn ri i
cool. Mcrcury So to 4i. Kiver station
ary. Up: Idlewlid, Bermuda, Quickstep,
Albion and barges, Fayette, Jno Kilgour.
Down: l'arkcr, Silvertborne, Mary Ainont
and Grey Eagle. JUusine excollont.
Louisvill, March 12. Kiver station
ary; scant 0 feet in canal nnd 4 root in
chute. Freight very plenty. Weather
cloar and cool. Uepartod: City of Cairo,
New Orleans; John Dippold, PUtsburg.
Little Kock, March 12. Weather
clear nnd pleat ant. Kiver declining.
Departed: John Howard sor Now Orleans.
be termed, bad no ncceisnrily, essontial
connection with the brain. This theory
lad to an experiment. A condemned1
criminal was turned over to thoto theo
rist. Ho was a strong, healthy sol
dior and had committed murder.
Ho w taken in liMid by thu doc
tor, chloroformed, his brains removed
and their place waro inserted the bruins of
anothor man who bad just died from
heart disease Tho detail by which the
operation was performed aro not to inter
cnlns a tho result. "lho soldier lived
; but hn lost hli individuality. Kxcopt in
physical lorm ha I tlio'somi-Joaa beer
vender Hi memory rocnlli only tho
family associations ni d habits of the lat
ter. Lut his own family association aud
military training are all cone. Instead
of being tho morose, quarrolsomo and tac
iturn man of arm, whom uvorybody
feared, ho is tho genial dispenser of "tswei
lager bear," whom everybody llkod. Un
fortunately the optic nervoK woro -'not ta
ken up," and bo i totally blind, hi cento
of siuoll sulferod tho sauiu fate, which
would not bum misfortune if bo lived in
sown localities within tbo limit of tonio
western citlc. This now man I still liv
ing nnd in the enjoymont of sound health'
If this lot of brain prove valuable they
may bo continued In operation for nn un
limited number of gonorntlons. A legal
question now arises' which man is this,
tho boer vender or tho soldier? Do brain
or tho body mako tho man.
Sr. Louis, March 12. Hemp dull;
75cSl 10 for fair to'cholco undressed.
Flour dull and woak; X 5 75,C; XX
$0 2!7; XXX $7 258; lamily and
fancy $8 2610 W. Wheat dull; No 2
spring $1 38; No 3 red fall $1 78 1 80;
No 2 $1 90. Corn better; No 2 mixed
33431c. Oats inactive; No 2 mixed
2"27ic. liarloy llrnior; No 2 ipring
70(a)73e. Kyo dull; easier for buyors, 07c.
Pork excited and higher' $16 25(5) 15 u0
D. a. meat Arm: looso thouldor Sjc; cloar
rib, sollcr April, 71c; cloar idos, April,
71c. Bacon strong, ihouldor CJc; clear
rib 81c; cloar side 8Jc. Lard Arm at 71c
for primo stoam. Colloo lower; 2H24Jc
forltio. Sugar llrm, Louisiana lllc.
Whisky dull and woak, no buyer at 87jc.
Cattle qulot and unchanged. Hog in
good demand nnd llrm at $4 4005 00,
Ouicaoo, March 12. Flour quiet.
Whoat dull and declining, No 1, spring,
normal; No 2, pring, 1 201 203 cash,
and$l 213, April; No 3, SI 101. Corn a
Ehado lower, No 2, mixed, 32!c cash, recu
lar, 33Jo. Frosh oat stoady, No 2, 20J
2CJc, regular and fresh, on spot, 30a May.
Kyo dull and drooping, No 2, C5'06c.
Darloy quiot and woak, No 2, fall, 71($721s
Provision quiot. Pork $14 35 cash; April,
$14 45; May. $14 75. Lard quiet and a
shade cosier, $7 00 cash, and $7 05 April.
Bulk moat steady; shoulders, April, CJc;
looso, CJc; packed, long clour, CJo. Bacon
stoady, short cloar, packed, 8gc; ham 12
14c; shouldors, lijc. Whisky steady at
Mkmi-uik, March 12. Cotton dull,
good ordinary 10JI6J; low mldilng; 18
18; roceipts lu 20; ililpmeuts 14 00;
stock 41 Oil. Flour quiet and unchanged,
Corn scaro and Arm at 67c. Oats In fair
demand common; 47l!le. Hay un
changed. Bran dull nt 20jc. Bulk moats
in fair domand nnd advance showed COS
COJq sidos 88 Jc. Lard quiot Jand un
bangod. Pork tlrm at 10171.
New Orleans, March 12. -Flour dull;
XXX S7 CO; family ?9 CC16 i)9. Corn
quiot, 7173o. Oats 4C0Oc. Bran
$1 07J. Hay; prima $2830. Pork llrm,
$17 l'-'J17 2S; Rhoulder CJc; bacon 7J'
90c; hams 13JlSc. Lard firmer;
tiorco 8l8Jc; keg 09'o. Sugar do
mand fair, 88e. Molasses, common
01c; primo f5c. Whiskoy dull, 8805o.
Sterling 24Jc; sight premium. Gold
14L Cotton, dull; good ordinary 10
cc middling lOJc; middling Orlean
lOJc; rocoipt 010; exports New York
1,260: tock 102,879.
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE
From tho Illinois Ktuto Journal
Tho Now York World has a foreign
corrospondont who relate many won
derful things, Imaginary and real, which
bappon In tho old world, but hi latest
loarcb after tho mar velou may find thoin
who can put faith in him- Ho relate
minutely and with all propor clontlflo
word how tbo learned doctor of Ger-
) many have lonjt boon satisfied that tbo
WI.VW AND LIUODIUI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
V HOLES ALK GUOCKKS,
lino, k romUntl)r ,io hand a tnrl com
llel tock ot
acoTon and ikibu wnifiKte
O I N H.
Port, Mndoria, Sherry and Catawba V iut
It. Smyth & Co. nro al ngclits lor Fiierf
cor. McKay & Co.'m PlttsburK ale, of which a
large stock Is kept constantly on hand nt
their wholesale store.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
tvociMia o rouLR t srvvariiTa
tlrrllfjrr and Wbnlrat Ittwle In
'oriim abI DauiNtle
WINES, AIJD LIQUORS
No.Vi OllIO Lkveb.
aEkenpaon hnd eoutBlljr lull utocko
Oi l KxntackT Bourbon, Kj and Moaoolt
l WhliklM, I'reneli Hrn.U, t
tlx n.l Onllfornln Wln
PARKER & RLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty , UiibIii, Uiuolluc,
ted the cclelirkttd illunitintttng
BBOBS'LOILUIN", OCF ilTU IT. A COM
Cairo .... Ilimoih.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
OITWKKN WASO'N AVENDX AMI) WALNUT
Dr. II. P. t'MdH Inform'' tun putliu tlmt he Iim
L I V K H i' S T A H I. E,
on the northwest piiIh of Tenth ulrocl a niuni
IIIh S'abloa will li furnUlied with nonw but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may bo ucconmiodittml ut 11 1
hourx of the day and night with ul'o tcuui4
on the lowest terms
Dr. Fields asks a t
aud will endeavor ti
and Btrict attention to buM
Dr. Fields atks a hhure of nubile uutrouuL'o
aud will endeavor to merit it by (air dcallug
Cor, r.loveutU nna roplnrMlsu.
Informs the public that ho ha engaged the
services of a Klrnt-i'lasi Wagon Maker, and
ulco a Klri-t-chm Iloie Shocr, ami Is ready
to mauururtut'o and repair ull kinds of work
in this trado with neatness mid dip.itch,
CAIRO CITY COAL
In ptP.nroJ to Riipplt 0 iibwmer wild III
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OUDKUS len at llalllday lira, ofllco, 7
Ohio lkvke, or at tho Coal Yard below tlio
Ht. Charlci Hotel, will receivo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
al'iuk'ildo to Ntoameni at any hour.
CONTRACTOH AND BUILDER
Ha roturncd to Cairo and U prepared lo
tuko contract for
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS,
And especially refer to hi ptt record In
Cairo a a builder.
Headquarter at U. II. Cunningham'
Commercial avenue. Helerence tolleedA
Mann, It, II. Cunningham and John Wood,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
MHhi (he Nliorlnt Jloul.i
Clffttljr HUN the Stinrtmi MoiiIp
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
v.nott caiuo ro
m LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM OAIKO TO
.iW.litnaU, , IL-t,p.,ll., Tolvlu,
Uftlolt. . ( U1tul. NUcatTi K.ll,
HillUlo, l'lirt)illc, WwhinKl'i.v i
uiiiraor, i niiR'iripnis, ."ow .. ro .
Uctton and all xnnt rant.
Mllwauklf, Jani-stlllr, Jla.il.on,
LCronf , 81. rul and all olnli norlb
This If alo Iho onlj direct ronto 10
Dcx-alur, lltnomlnxlon, Npnnuplii,
I'forl. Ouliipr, lichknk,
Hurhngtim, Kck ItUnd, l.a fille.
Mrncioia, Illzon, Krroporl,
Galrna, Dubuiiur, Plotii CUT,
Omaha and all point northwMt.
Elegant Drawing Boom Stooping Ca"
On all Night Trains.
Bttz Checked 10 all Irnportant point.
For ticket! and information, applr to I. O, II. It
depot tt alro; on board I no transit atiwiner be
twoii Columlin and Cairo, and at tlio pnnciiit
milrna I ticket ofllcaa throughout tlio aouth.
W. I. JOUNaON, ln'l F. A R't, Chhiaf a
A. MlTriuiL. Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
Sl'lUNOKIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEHN It. It.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains win run a follow:
TaiiM noma tocruiaiT.
Lf.vs Vlrdnia. 0:40 a. rn 1:3.1 p.m.
Hprlngfleld Via 8:im
1 Tn.lor.lll.. in a
Arnrnat i'ana. 11.40 ' B.17 "
TaAISA OUIXd NOtllWtT.
I,'ve I'ana 4. no a. m
" Tavlurill 4. 411
l.envo Htipinvflnlil fL. "
Arriteat VlfKinn 8.5 "
...,133 a. m
....1 10 "
...... 1 '
BOUTIIKn.V II I V I H I O N . .
TAias ooimi fovrntiar,
Leare RIr-ood 0.30 a.m.. 10.10 p.ir
Flora 1.1 11. ill
Arrle at Bhawnet'n ..H " 5 111
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Stvander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, dculrcs to (Upoe of her large
and eleuant Ktoek ot
'linmcdintelv. In order to facilllttite tho sale
of her goods, Mr. Jackton has determined
to oner iuo
ENTIItE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladle oi Cairo and vic'lity
. ... ...
n can un ner 11 luvy uuMiru good uarstus
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The mo.-tof them having been selected Irom
the late fall style, benco tho ladle havo
rare opportunity to pttrchaxu new and tnh
lonablu millinery at cost price. Tho htoe
conits or hats ribbons, flower, bohlcr
lacllen underwear, etc., utc. 11-UOtt
NEVE R KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
i on TIIK rKKMANXMT CURK OK
CHILLS AND VEVKK, DL'MII MWV,
mi ANY l'UKM OF INTERMIT
THE (.RKATEStIhMOVERY OPTIIK
Thuro nro no dtneaxei no dcbllltatlns in
their effect upon tho eonitltutlon r tho
:itioc, ntnl nnno inoro difllctllt to euro by
the uol mode of practice, The Rcvor nud
Au'lic l'owdcr will effect a euro In caeca or
Iho lon'Pit tntidlui; a well a prove n pre
cmlo lu the form! 11? ulaire ofthe dUciiKf-d
. I. l ng purely tellable, they act with cer.
wnty 011 the dlM!o, totally Kjllcalliirf II
iroiutlio )tem, and precnt u return at
any future period.
by watu your money and health In try-
In-,' every medlelno joti bear of, when
1 honipion Kcver nnd Actio Powders IiaTc
timer uiteu to euro tho thliu In any ca.c.
REASONS WHV THEV OKLY SHOULD
Their reputation I established. Then
Hand of testimonial have been received,
(lioulnj,' that thnno powder hao pcrlonned
miracle In curlnj eaten of lonj: etandinu;,
many of them considered IiopelcM.
Tbcro Is no rlk In taking them. They
contain no tin up; Injurious, and, therefore,
none ol tho llnscrin dlcamss to often tho
result of tho many nostrums or the tiny.
I'hyiilclans recommend them a superior to
miinlno or any other knowii remedy, lor
they leave the arstcm In a healthy state, and
tho patient beyond tlio probability of u re
IIKWAItE OP COUNTERFEITS Tho
L'cnulno aro put up In nquure tin boxes, with
1 ini.nrau.vs i gvlii AHU AUUK PO W
DKItS stamped on tho lid, and the signaturo
ol Thommon CKAWF0KI1 on the wrapper.
iiu uiiir.n can ponnioi) i,e genuine.
R II E U 3f A T I O
THE OKKAT XXTBUXAC. KKMKDT FOR
II II KU 31 AT ISM, NBURAL-
OI A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
00 on Fon max on jikast
This liniment lias earned for lUelf a retut-
tatlou tincfmallcd in the history of external
application. C3"Thouanils who now Mir
ier irom rncttmaiiam, ncuratna, etc., would
tlnd Immediate relief Irom all pain by usin?
inn) certain rcmeuy. 11 1 equally cnectual
in ciiix. nuriw, acaiu, HiiuncM 01 mo necK,
sore tiiroat, awclling, inllamatlon. frost
bite, pains ill tlio tide, or back, bites or spl
J era or stints of Insects.
One rubbinz will In all case gio ImmedU
atu relief, and a few application complete
On account or It powerful penetrating
properties It 1 bcyoud doubt the MU-t rem
edy for tho most troublesome disease to
which horfc and cuttlo aro liable. It cure
scratches, old and fresh cut or sore, chafe
produced by tho collar or saddles, injurlni
canted by nails or pllnt entering tho lle.U
or hoof, bruinea, ppraltiH, Hwecncy, spavin
thrush, and all discuses Which destroy tho
hoof or bone of tho feet.
QTFull direction accompany each bot
tle. Tho abovo aro prepared only by
CRAWFORD & VOBES.
Ill Market Street, Philadelphia,
And aold by ktorckceper generally through,
out thu country. . 1-20 It d-c-w
l'ROSi'ECTUS FOR 1873. SIXTH YEAH
On Eighth Mret, between Uotnmerclalan'l Wih
nuton ATenuea, Is dailr recelTlaf
NKW MILLINERY 0OODH
I.ATKHT KALI. AND WIN TICK 8TYI.BI.
h. i- Mm a lull itne or
ITrimmeU anil untrimmed,
FhKNOll FLOWJSH8, IUBBON3, TKIHMINU
of a!1 kind., I.Kuen, eta., etc.
Mm. Mc'lon hu rUo UrK fcnortmeot o
Fnncjr Artlrlnn, moh
NECK TLX 0'M.I.AIH. ONUKKHbEEVKS,
IIIIFKB, HAHIIBB, FANri,
An 1 all other article uiutlly loun'l In t
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mm. Medee, in addition to her stock ot
auuy and Millinery flood, haa tinaono and
Fmiileto usHortmunt of Cincinnati Cuxtmn
madi) I.adlen' aud MIch' Shoe and Chtl
drunit' Rooty, lllack and in Color. These
a ra acknowledged to bo the tincKt and bet
ever In tho markot, and this is the only
tho city that make the 111 a tpeclalty
No. 104 COUMKKCIAL AvtCNUIt,
French, Scotch aud Ameilcan canslmct 0
of ull colors, aud beaver and bruad cloth
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In tho
And tit the lowest price. A lino lltaiid first
class work Kliarantucd. SatUlactlo lu all re
epcr.t warranted. '
It SAL 1 l
ntOVIHIONH KTC. .
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anxious tu justify tho ready confidence thus
demonstrated, havo exerted themselves to
Iho utmost to develop and Improve tho
work; and the plans for the coming year,
as unfolded by iho month ly bwuita, will as
toulsh uud delight uven tho most sauyutnu
Irlend ol thu Aldlne.
The Aldlno will reproduce example of
thu best foreign muter, selected with a
view to the highest artistic success, and
greatest general Interest; avoiding such a
havo become familiar, through photograph,
or copies of any kind.
Thu quarterly tinted plates for 187:1, wilt
reproduce four of John ti. Darts' inlmitablo
cmld-sketchos, appropriate lo tho four ea
sous. These platex. appcarlug In tho Imuc
for January, April, July, and October,
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"Tho Village Hello," and "Crns.Iug ihu
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Art; uud, considering thu unprecedented
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and poet of the day, who will strlvo to have
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